|Synergy Story Slam - Firsts - Stolen Car|
Asheville Synergy Story Slam
Keywords: community organizing
|Social Learning and Community Organizing - Moshe ben Asher|
Describes social learning theory concepts and procedures, and outlines organizing technology based on social learning, with applications in the micro to mezzo range and exploration of modeling methodologies. (Authored in 1978 by Moshe ben Asher under his former English name, Michael Silver.) (95 pages) [106.3 MB]
Keywords: SOCIAL LEARNING; COMMUNITY ORGANIZING; THEORY; SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
|The Commune-Community Control of the Poor Community - Zabalaza Books|
An Organizing Manual for Community Activists
Keywords: South Africa; education; community organizing; manual; DIY
|Spherio: Reforestation in Tecpaco, Mexico - The Spherio Collective|
Spherio: The Local Voice of our Hemisphere 9/20/07 airs 4-5:30pm Thursdays on WMBR 88.1 fm Cambridge and on www.wmbr.org. Spherio host Anna Bernsteyn and Kendra Johnson discuss with Froylan Sifuentes his work on reforestation in the small farming community in Tecpaco in Central Mexico. Froylan chose to work with this community because his home town of Huejutla, farther down in the same water shed, is now really suffering from water shortages as their rivers dry up...
Keywords: Huejutla; Tecpaco; Mexico; Reforestation; water scarcity; community organizing; Spherio
|Home Is Where The Hood Is, Part 1 - Gary C.|
Welcome to the West End/West View neighborhood of Atlanta. On June 23rd, 2012 the residents of these neighborhoods had their Summer Solstice block party. The West End is an historic neighborhood in Atlanta that is undergoing an increase in popularity. This film introduces you to some of the people trying to breath life into this neighborhood. After years of drug sales and prostitution, the neighborhood is now seeing more community gardens, green space, and a new direction for the future...
Keywords: Community Organizing, Occupy The Hood, Gentrification, Block Party
|Home Is Where The Hood Is, Part 2 - Gary C.|
Welcome to part 2 of Home Is Where The Hood Is. In this episode we focus on Occupy the Hood and their monthly Bar-B-Que picnic and out reach effort. This film brings you more community organizers as well as a local lawyer who teaches and empowers citizens to "know your rights" during police stops. Another group, Dad's On Duty, teaches men to step up and take responsibility for their families and their communities...
Keywords: Occupy the Hood, Community Organizing, Know Your Rights, Racial profiling, Human Rights
|Community Partnership PSA|
Community Partnership PSA about community organizing in Somerville
Keywords: SCATV; Community Access Television; Somerville MA; 1992; community organizing; community partnership
|Womens Day Special - The Role of Women in Movement Organizing - XBM*XOCHITL BERNADETTE MORENO - RADIO OLLIN|
Radio Ollin - XBM*Xochitl Bernadette Moreno - interviews women making changes and setting the tone for change. - TIny - POOR MAGAZINE - Andrea Christina - Mujeres Unidas y Activas
Keywords: radio ollin; women's day; women; community organizing; interview; XBM*Xochitl Bernadette Moreno
Frances Fox Piven and Peter Dreier
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Saul Alinsky; IAF; Back of the Yards; Glenn Beck; Community Organizing
|A Watershed Moment - Green Corps - Joshua Kohns, Amy Rotter, WMEAC, Community Media Center, 88.1FM, Grand Rapids, Michigan|
Katherine Sawyer, Grand Rapids Field Organizer for the Sierra Club and Green Corps Member, discusses Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizing.
Keywords: WMEAC; WYCE; radio; Watershed Moment; Katherine Sawyer; Sierra Club; Green Corps; community organizing; environment; sustainability; Michigan
|March 2013: Using social media for nonprofit campaigns, activist organizing and social change - PDXTech4Good.org|
A recording from PDXTech4Good, a free monthly gathering of nonprofits, techies and activists in Portland, Oregon.View the slides on Slideshare.In this presentation, Ivan Boothe of Rootwork.org talks about integrating social media into your nonprofit/social change work, including using things like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus and more.Ivan touches on strategies for managing your social media work, aligning it with your "offline" campaigns (be they advocacy or fundraising), and the di...
Keywords: online activism; community organizing; nonprofits; nptech; online activism; online organizing; oregon nonprofits; social change
|Counterbalance. - Chintan / WITNESS|
Every day, tens of thousands of waste pickers and waste recyclers in Delhi earn their income from collecting, selling, and recycling trash. Their work, measured to be highly efficient, has not only been undervalued but even marginalized with the introduction of large private companies. This is the true story of two municipalities in Delhi: one that has incorporated the work of the waste recyclers as part of the formal waste system, while the other has taken another direction.RT: 14:14 (English v...
Keywords: Community Organizing; Garbage; Informal Sector; Labor/Employment; Sanitation; Wastepickers; India; Delhi; Asia
|Community Organizing - Dr Rich Hesch|
A powerpoint presentation on techniques of community organizing, by Dr Rick Hesch. Presented at the workshop 'Beyond the Buzzwords: Putting Community Schools Into Action' held Sept. 25, 2010 in Regina, Saskatchewan, sponsored by RealRenewal
Keywords: community organizing; realrenewal; saskatchewan; workshop; 2010; beyond the buzzwords workshop; community schools
|The Power of Stories - Courtney Supple|
The StoryTelling & Organizing Project (STOP) is a community project collecting and sharing stories about everyday people taking action to end interpersonal violence. Courtney Supple brings you the story.
Keywords: storytelling; violence; state violence; police brutality; community; empowerment; self-determination; community organizing; situations of harm
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Saul Alinsky; Back of the Yards; Chicago; IAF; community organizing
|Accessing the Cable|
A discussion with guests about community access television and the ways in which they have used it as a community organization.
Keywords: SCATV; Community Access Television; Somerville MA; 1988; community media; public access TV; Somerville Producers Group; community organizing
|Free Transit 4 Youth ! - XBM*XOCHITL BERNADETTE MORENO - RADIO OLLIN|
Radio Ollin - XBM*Xochitl Bernadette Morneo - Find out what San Franciscan youth & POWER (www.peopleorganzied.org) are doing to win Free Fast Passes 4 young people in the city. - "MUNI is our Schoolbus" - SFPD ticketing youth
Keywords: radio ollin; P.O.W.E.R; free fast pass for youth; muni; MTA; ticketing; SFPD; community organizing; XBM*XOCHITL BERNADETTE MORENO
|We've Got the Power! Community Organizing Training Series Session 1 - Worcester Roots Project|
http://worcesterroots.org Worcester Roots Project has organized a Community Organizing Training Series called We've Got the Power. This first session featured Ashanti Alston and Cassandra Bensahih.
Keywords: we've got the power; community organizing; power; ashanti alston; ashanti allston; black panthers; black panther party; organizing; social justice; worcester roots
|Cyberunions Podcast Episode 74 Are Unions even needed anymore? - Stephen Mahood and Walton Pantland|
Updates Walton went to the Isle of Skye Stephen wants to know if there are any "steamy" photos Alas only cold ones Boston Bombing update...lockdown is not a good thing for any reason Why is Boston different than any other fear of snipers, bombers, or other acts to create fear? The police and government seamed to have seen how far they can ask people to give up their liberties The rant continues... Labor & Tech We could not determine whether to make separate sections, so here we grouped them in t...
Keywords: Boston Bombing; Ise of Skye; Lockdown; civil liberties; terrorism; terrorism vs armed gunman; one minute labor video; unions are not needed anymore; do we need unions; The Organizing Model; Into The Fire; community organizing; justice; fear; media fear; over patriotism; police state; no protest; media fear
|People United - January 21, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features journalist Jordan Flaherty and released political prisoner Robert Hillary King on the subject of community and resistance, particularly as it pertains to post-Katrina New Orleans, the Jena Six case, and Angola State Prison. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on December 5, 2010.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Jordan Flaherty; Floodlines; Robert Hillary King; Robert King Wilkerson; From the Bottom of the Heap; race; class; youth issues; Community and Resistance Tour; MonkeyWrench Books; Jena Six; Jena 6; hurricane relief; New Orleans; Katrina; police; law enforcement; abolitionist; prison; criminal justice; community organizing; social movements; Angola State Prison; Black Panther Party; political prisoners; history; current events
|People United - December 3, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Richard Troxell of House the Homeless and the Universal Living Wage campaign about his book _Looking Up at the Bottom Line: The Struggle for a Living Wage!_, a memoir focusing on urban poverty and grassroots organizing.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Richard Troxell; House the Homeless; Universal Living Wage; urban poverty; community activism; community organizing; grassroots organizing; consumer advocacy; Ralph Nader; Unsafe at Any Speed; Max Weiner; Philadelphia; Austin City Council; homeless; homelessness; Bruce Todd; Kirk Watson; No Camping Ordinance; Austin Police Department; APD; Bergstrom Air Base; Bergstrom Air Force Base; Austin-Bergstrom International Aiport; McKinney Act; minimum wage; living wage; housing; housing costs; human dignity; social justice; economic justice; history; current events
|People United - April 13, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Rinku Sen on creating spaces of belonging in the pursuit of racial justice. She is the president and executive director of the Applied Research Center and the publisher of Colorlines.com. She spoke at St James' Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, on March 1, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Rinku Sen; Applied Research Center; Colorlines; Stir It Up; Lessons in Community Organizing; The Accidental American; Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization; race; racial justice; racial equity; social justice; economic justice; people of color; immigrants; immigration; citizen; citizenship; class; labor; gender; sexual orientation; whiteness; white; privilege; oppression; resistance; liberation; activism; struggle; service industry; restaurant industry; government; legislation; public policy; stereotypes; political frame; framing; coalition; alliance; movement; work; current events
|People United - July 15, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features conversations with Natalie Goodnow and Keri Boyd of Theatre Action Project and their students from the 2011 Courage In Action All-Star Camp, where they were preparing a campaign supporting US ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. They spoke at the Dove Springs Recreation Center in Austin, Texas, on July 14, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Theatre Action Project; Courage In Action; Natalie Goodnow; Keri Boyd; the arts; education; summer youth program; children's rights; UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; United Nations; UNICEF; Austin City Hall; Austin City Council; Mayor Lee Leffingwell; video; educational campaign; city resolution; petition; social movements; community organizing; science fiction; spy movies; make believe; pedagogy; youth issues; current events
|The Fake 'Religious' Front Organizations of Obama and Marxist Organizers|
Remember the Reverend "God Damn America" Wright? Barack Obama was the beneficiary of a whole network of pseudo-religious Marxist front organizations, set up according to the guidelines of "Community Organizing" originator Saul Alinski. At the core of this network is the so-called Gamaliel Foundation, members of which can be seen in this extraordinary video actually offering up prayers to Barack Obama himself in liturgical fashion...
Keywords: politics; religion; Wicca; witch; witches; spells; magic; magick; ladyhawk; christianity; pagan; war; president; kenya; presidency; white house; con; fraud; biden; pelosi; eligibility; East Shore Unitarian; constitution; little red church; birthers; birth certificate; islam; islamism; radical islam; muslim; congress; senate; civics; kansas; barack; obama; barack obama; barack hussein obama; barack h. obama; barry soetoro; dunham; washington; anne dunham; stanley ann dunham; election; elections; tea party; patriots; tea party patriots; sarah palin; vote; 2008; 2009; 2010; economy; mansour; khalid al-mansour; donald warden; walid; al-walid; prince al-walid. CIA; America; United States; citizenship; illegal president; foundations; tax-exempt; Gamaliel foundation; Gamaliel; cover; fake; praying to obama; community organizing; alinski; covens; coven satanisn; occult
|People United - June 3, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features sociologist David Montejano on his book _Quixote's Soldier's: A Local History of the Chicano Movement_, which focuses on developments in San Antonio. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on April 23, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; David Montejano; Quixote's Soldiers; Chicano movement; Chicanos; Chicano nationalism; cultural nationalism; freedom school; San Antonio; civil rights movement; black freedom struggle; barrios; barrio youth; street youth; gang youth; social workers; student activists; gang warfare; farm workers; police brutality; class; generation; gender; conflict; divisions; antagonisms; infighting; alliances; politicization; class consciousness; feminism; at-large elections; single-member districts; Henry B Gonzalez; Ramsey Muniz; Fred Gomez Carrasco; Brown Berets; MAYO; Mexican American Youth Organization; La Universidad de los Barrios; Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund; MALDEF; Council of La Raza; Good Government League; Raza Unida Party; immigrants; Latinos; Mexican Americans; radical change; politics of gradualism; ideology; community organizing; social movement; history